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Lincoln Cathedral

By paganatheart  
A very fine building inside and out. I chose a time when the mellow autumn light cast the features on the front of the building into relief. Only way to get the entire front in frame was to use wide angle. This has been photoshopped to make converging lines less prominent.

Tags: Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: luckybry, hasslebladuk, Glostopcat and 2 more



hasslebladuk 13 1 6 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2011 10:40AM
Stunning shot love the sky also
BarbaraR 17 1.3k 1 England
29 Sep 2011 10:31AM
A magnificent cathedral.
Very well taken.
I recall squeezing tight up a corner to try to get
it all in shot once myself.

paganatheart 11 2 3 United Kingdom
29 Sep 2011 11:20AM
Hi Barbara, yes, the archway causes difficulty unless your lens is sufficiently wide. The alternative would be a vertical and/or horizontal panorama!


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